A biography of the Roman Emperor who reigned as a wilful autocrat and planned the invasion of Britain and whose reign saw the beginning of anti-semitism in Rome. While Caligula's unpredictable behaviour clearly caused distress among the nobility, public reaction to his assassination was anger, not relief: his self-indulgence had been generally enjoyed after Tiberian austerity and most of his named victims had been executed not capriciously, but for involvement in plots against him. Moreover, Caligula's short reign (AD 37-41 ...

Caligula: The Corruption of Power 1998, Yale University Press

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Caligula: The Corruption of Power 1993, Routledge, London

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Caligula: The Corruption of Power 1991, Simon & Schuster

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